:lmaoI too was pissed about this, i thought it was a commercial for Worlds Worst Tenants and was wondering why it was so fucking long.
I agree. So many times I've seen people counting ratings and saying how storylines mean ratings. I've seen people say that a rating is down because the episode(s) was action-heavy. Well, which one should it be? :no:Shows after a PPV are ALWAYS promo heavy. Been like that for the past 20 years.
The wrestling was limited, but the main event was a good 15 minutes at least. Storm and Daniels had a decent match too.
The whole point of the show was to show the strength of Aces and Eights, which they did.
There's no Bellator tonight.Why would Spike push back Bellator MMA for this shit housebuilding show? What the hell is this right now? Spike is retarded. TNA needs to get off this network.
It's funny because all the reenactment are so cheesy.Worlds Worst Tenants. Ive seen a few episodes which are always hilarious. Some ppl are crazy.
Bellator dont have enough of a roster to have a show every single week, this current run is a tournament and is taking a break before going into its final stages.Why would Spike push back Bellator MMA for this shit housebuilding show? What the hell is this right now? Spike is retarded. TNA needs to get off this network.
This sums up tonight PERFECTLY. Good job, brotha. (Y)The production woes are a consistent TNA issue. I have no clue why they have such trouble with basics but it is what it is. I almost find it a bit endearing. Almost.
Overall, the show was ok. There were some strong segments; Kaz and Daniels were brilliant as usual, Aries seems able to get the best out of Sting, Park promo and, finally, the Aces&8s being shown as strong rather than as a club of goofy jobbers. I've had more fun watching Impact than I did tonight, but if they can keep bringing in crowds like they had in Chicago then they'll start seeing more interest.
lol, I DVR impact every week anyways(at least the weeks where BBT is on, so I can start Impact at 8:30,meaning I'll have 30 mins of commercials throughout the show I can skip).I would imagine the amount of commercials is to help pay those on-the-road expenses that always seemed to be brought up when the subject of TNA going on the road was discussed here. Gotta take your good with the bad I guess.
Sadly, not WWE. Post PPV shows are just shows where we recap everything that happened at the last PPV and advertise that the next PPV is happening, but don't mention what's happening at it.TNA brawls do tend to last until the next morning like Hispanic block parties.
Wrestling shows are always promo heavy after PPVs because they are either starting new feuds, or continuing the fall out of what happened at the PPV. In some cases it's a transition show to next week. Nothing wrong with it as long as what's presented on the current show is entertaining.